Milan have moved to rubbish rumours linking Real Madrid with a fresh move for Kaka.
Reports emanating from Spain claimed Real were lining up a new move for the Brazilian international at the end of the season.
It was suggested Real were prepared to offer the likes of Robinho, Fabio Cannavaro and Mahamadou Diarra in part exchange to try and lure Kaka to El Santiago Bernabeu.
Milan have dismissed the speculation insisting Kaka is going nowhere.
A Milan statement read: "Rumours are running at full speed after Spanish newspaper AS reported that Milan are prepared to sell Kaka in exchange for Diarra, Robinho and Cannavaro, plus cash," stated the note.
"Rumours are so often groundless and there is also the problem of the language barrier on the international scene.
"Nevertheless, in this case and in every language, it needs to be said that no matter which way you look at it Kaka isn't going anywhere.
"There's nothing like the truth to clear up what could be a confusing matter. In any case there's no reason to worry because our beloved golden boy is here to stay."